‘Thor: The Dark World’ grossed a reasonable $52.5m over the weekend in line with expectations to retain the No. 1 position at the international box office. It represented a week-on-week fall of 55% during the action sequel’s third weekend in play and increased the film’s international running total to an impressive $332.8m. This compares favourably with the original’s final international tally of $268m and it still has the Italian and Japanese markets to come.
Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Gravity’ remained active in 62 international territories and earned a further $18.5m from 4,688 screens. It takes the Oscar hopeful to $274.3m internationally, and after factoring in North America, the film has now crossed the $500m milestone worldwide.
Next weekend will see a new No. 1 with the arrival of ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ in 64 international markets.generic cialis real cost of cialis 5 mg in canadageneric cialis manufacturers order cialis europe